Free High School Resources
You Won’t Want to Miss
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Yes, it is possible to find free educational high school resources so you won’t break the bank while teaching your children! I’ve found some new to me resources that might be helpful. Of course this is just the tip of the ice berg when it comes to free homeschool and educational resources!
I have not previewed these in depth so you will need to use your own judgement in regards to the appropriateness of the content in these resources.
2013-2014 School Year Calendars by Joy from Five J’s
Free Homeschool High School Credit Planner by Joy from Five J’s
High School 4 Year Plan from Quick Start Homeschool
Full High School Courses:
The aim of Homeschool College USA is to provide resources for students to earn their fully accredited college degrees from home at a small fraction of the cost of “going away to school.” You do not need to wait until you’ve graduated high school to begin earning your college credits, but we understand that for various reasons, you may not be ready or financially able to pursue this avenue at this time. The following course plans are provided for any students who want to homeschool through high school, but cannot afford to purchase expensive curriculum packages. All courses and resources are free.
MIT Open Courseware free College courses online
Coursera– tons of college courses from 62 colleges right at your fingertips!
Open Culture– free online courses from the world’s leading universities. This collection includes over 700 free courses in the liberal arts and sciences
Art Lessons– by grade, medium, subject, art period, or artist
Author Links– biographies annotated links to over 700 writers and authors.
Audiobooks and Ebooks– 20 popular High School Literature books
Bible Road Trip ~ A 3 Year Bible Survey!– does not address specific theological or doctrinal arguments
Civics Games from iCivics
Entrepreneur Club (affiliate link)- Are you a teen ready to explore the adventurous world of entrepreneurship? Or are you a parent with teens who are interested in entrepreneurship? Then this club is for you and your family!
History curriculum– America’s Heritage: An Adventure in Liberty and is available in three different levels: elementary, middle, and high school.
Music Appreciation– from Harmony Art
My Bible Copybook by Sheri Graham
The Harvard Classics– If you were to spend just 15 minutes a day reading the right books, a quantity that could fit on a five foot shelf, you could give yourself a proper liberal education.
Self-Editing Checklist for English
Writing Prompts– Hundreds of totally free writing prompts for elementary school through college
Free High School Level Textbooks from CK-12 via kindle: